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Shadia Rifai Habbal
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   Shadia Rifai Habbal

   Guest Professor 
   Astronomer, Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii







Education and Academic Background

Ph.D. Physics, University of Cincinnati, 1977

M.Sc. Physics, University of Cincinnati, 1974

M.Phil. Physics, American University of Beirut, 1973

B.Sc. Physics and Mathematics, University of Damascus, 1970

 

Academic and Research Positions

2006- Faculty Chair, Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii

2005- Astronomer, Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii

2000-2004 Chaired Professor in Solar-Terrestrial Physics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK

1982-2004 Research Physicist, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Cambridge, MA

1995-2000 Lecturer, Harvard University

1978-1982 Research Associate, Harvard College Observatory, Cambridge, MA

1977-1978 Advanced Studies Program Fellow, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO

 

Editorship: Scientific Journals

2012-      Editor, Astrophysical Journal

2002-2006  Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research - Space Physics

1994-1997  Associate Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics

 

Editorship: Books

S. Rifai Habbal, R. Esser, J. V. Hollweg, and P. Isenberg, Eds., Solar Wind Nine, AIP CP 471, 1999

S. Rifai Habbal, Editor, Robotic Exploration Close to the Sun: Scienti_c Basis, AIP CP 385, 1997

D. Winterhalter, J. Gosling, S. Rifai Habbal, W. Kurth and M. Neugebauer, Eds., Solar Wind Eight, AIP CP 382, 1996

 

Committees

2009-2011 Chair, Solar Physics Division of the AAS

2008-2009 Vice-Chair, Solar Physics Division of the AAS

2004-2007 Member, Solar Probe Science and Technology De_nition Team

2001-2004 Member, Solar System Advisory Panel, PPARC

2001-2003 Member, EISCAT Committee on the future of EISCAT

2001-2002 Chair, Hale Prize Committee, Solar Physics Division of AAS

2000-2001 Member, Hale Prize Committee, Solar Physics Division of AAS

1999 Member, Solar Physics panel of the NAS decadal study on Astronomy and Astrophysics

1995-1998 Member of the NASA Science Definition Team for the Solar Probe Mission

1994-1997 Member, NASA Space Physics Subcommittee

1994-1997 Secretary, Solar Physics Division of the AAS

1994-1996 Member, NASA Cosmic and Heliospheric MOWG

1993-1996 Member, Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Research, National Research Council

1992-1994 Member, Executive Committee, APS Division of Computational Physics

 

Organization of Activities at Professional Conferences

2009 Chair, Scientific Organizing Committee for the 2009 AAS/SPD meeting, Boulder, CO

2007 Member, Local and Scientific Organizing Committees for the 2007 AAS/SPD meeting, Honolulu, HI

2003 Organizer of session GAIV-01 of the IAGA conference, Sapporo, Japan, July 2003

2002 Member of the Scientific Organizing Committee and Session Chair of Solar Wind 10 International Conference, Pisa, May 2002

2001 Organizer of Mini-Workshop on Origin and Expansion of the Solar Wind, Gregynog, Wales, October 2001

1997-98 Chair of the Scientific and Local Organizing Committees: Solar Wind 9 Conference, Nantucket, MA, October 1998.

1996 Chair of the Scientific and Local Organizing Committees: Marlboro Workshop on Scientific Basis for Robotic Exploration Close to the Sun, Marlboro, MA, April 1996

1994-1995 Member of the Scientific Organizing Committee, and Session I Chair, Solar Wind 8 International Conference, Dana Point, June 1995

 

Selected Publications

X. Li, S. R. Habbal, J. Kohl and G. C. Noci, The effect of temperature anisotropy on observations of Doppler dimming and pumping in the inner corona, Astrophys. J., 501, L103, 1998.

X. Li, S. R. Habbal, J. V. Hollweg and R. Esser, Heating and cooling of protons by turbulence-driven ion cyclotron waves in the fast solar wind, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 2521, 1999.

S. R. Habbal, R. Esser, M. Guhathakurta, and R. R. Fisher, Flow properties of the solar wind derived from a two-fluid model with constraints from White Light and in situ interplanetary observations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 22, 1465, 1995.

S. R. Habbal, R. Woo, S. Fineschi, R. O'Neal, J. Kohl, G. Noci, and C. Korendyke, Origins of the slow and the ubiquitous fast solar wind, Astrophys. J., 489, L103, 1997.

Y.-Q. Hu, R. Esser and S. R. Habbal, A Fast solar wind model with anisotropic proton temperature, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 14,661, 1997.

Y. Q. Hu and S. R. Habbal, Resonant acceleration and heating of solar wind ions by dispersive ion cyclotron waves, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 17045, 1999.

S. R. Habbal, R. S. Ronan and G. L. Withbroe, Spatial and Temporal Variations of Solar Coronal Loops, Solar Phys., 98, 323, 1985.

S. R. Habbal, R. Esser and M. B. Arndt, How reliable are coronal hole temperatures deduced from observations, Astrophys. J., 413, 435, 1993.

 










 
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